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News Archive for 2007

Performing Arts and Lecture Series presents "Babes in Toyland"


The Pittsburg State University Performing Arts and Lecture Series will present one of the most beloved Christmas musicals from the past century this weekend at Pittsburg Memorial Auditorium.

Music Department welcomes musicians for TUBACHRISTMAS


The Pittsburg State University Department of Music will host a Christmas concert this weekend that will welcome performers from throughout the Four States.

Science students plan medical voyage to Peru


A group of Pittsburg State University pre-health majors aren#&39;t waiting until their certificates are on the wall to use their medical knowledge to help foreign patients in need.

FCS Career Fair explores job opportunities


Two hundred high school students from 20 school districts across the area ? including schools in Wichita, Kansas City and Tulsa, Okla. ? will be on the Pittsburg State University campus Monday, Dec. 3, to learn what careers in family and consumer science could hold for them.

Board of Regents gives OK to School of Construction proposal


In a special meeting Monday, the Kansas Board of Regents approved a proposal from Pittsburg State University to create a School of Construction within the College of Technology.

Art Association hosts "Silent Night Silent Auction"


Many pieces of original artwork will be on sale this weekend as the Pittsburg State University Art Association hosts the fundraiser #&34;Silent Night Silent Auction.#&34;

KRPS features holiday programming


As radio stations throughout the area turn the switch to Christmas music this season, the Public Radio station at Pittsburg State University will celebrate the holidays with a variety of programming.

Holiday shopping? 2008 PSU calendars on sale


Shoppers searching for a Christmas present that will last Pittsburg State University fans all year long still have a few weeks to purchase a 2008 PSU calendar.

World AIDS Week observed at PSU


It may be a quiet week at Pittsburg State University as classes begin to wind down for the semester, but the voices of Southeast Kansas HIV and AIDS victims will be heard loud and clear.

Students present work at reading, gallery display


Students in Pittsburg State University#&39;s Senior and Graduate Poetry Writing class will present their original work at a reading and gallery display this Saturday, Dec. 1.